5 Websites To Learn About Human Reproductive System

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Here is a list of 5 free websites to learn about human reproductive system. You can visit these websites and read about male & female reproductive systems in detail. Along with the reading material, some of these websites also provide videos and quizzes related to topic you are studying about. This helps in overall learning and keeps in check the interest of the kids.

The 5 websites included in this article are InnerBody, KidsHealth, Human Body, Encyclopaedia Britannica, and Human Anatomy and Physiology.

InnerBody:

InnerBody

The first website to learn about human reproductive system is InnerBody. It provides you a detailed explanation of all the parts of a male and female reproductive system separately. You can read all the details along with a well designed virtual diagram. The website not only provides information about reproductive system, but also of the other systems in a human body. A diagram is provided along with all these explanations. You can even change the angle of these diagrams for better understanding.

Try it out here.

KidsHealth:

KidsHealth

KidsHealth is another website that you can visit to learn about human reproductive system. This is a vast website that covers a lot of other topics as well, and human reproductive system is just one of the many topics you can read about on this website. It gives you a detailed explanation of the reproductive system and all the parts are explained thoroughly. Diagrams of male and female reproductive system are also provided. You can click on the provided link to view these diagrams. One interesting feature on this website is you do have to necessarily read out all the information provided. You also have the option of listening to them by clicking the “Listen” option shown on top.

Try it out here.

Human Body:

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Human Body is the third website that I have included in this article to learn about the reproductive system in males and females. It is a website that both breeds and tests your knowledge. You can begin by reading the notes available on the website. There are separate notes for male and female reproductive system. Along with these notes, links for various videos have also been provided for you to watch and learn. Once you have read & seen everything, there are quizzes that you can take part in to test your knowledge. There are around 5 questions in every quiz and the results for these quizzes are not stored.

Try it out here.

Encyclopaedia Britannica:

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There is no doubt about the fact that Encyclopaedia Britannica is one of the best sources to read about various things. This stands true even in this case. There are detailed notes for you to study and labelled images have been given alongside for comprehensive learning. However, if detailed written notes and images are not enough for you, the website also has a couple of videos that describe the whole human reproductive system. In case you find some errors or wish to add something, you can do that by posting a comment under that article. At the end, I just wish that the website could add some quizzes or other interesting activities.

Try it out here.

Human Anatomy And Physiology:

Human Anatomy And Physiology

Human Anatomy And Physiology is the fifth and final website in this list. It is like an online book that contains chapters on various topics of science. One such chapter (chapter no. 27) is on human reproductive system. In the index of this chapter, you will see various links for notes related to male and female reproductive system. These have been divided into separate parts. You can read about them and go through the diagrams as well. Once, you are done reading, there are interesting activities available to test your knowledge. Apart from the usual quizzes, there is one very interesting activity on this website. In this activity you have to label the various parts of the reproductive system on the given diagram.

Try it out here.

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